Stephen Sheffield shares three images that speak volumes about being alone.
Stephen Sheffield recreates the famous photo of the founder of Polaroid.
Stephen Sheffield is a photographer who has exhibited nationally for many years, has a number of large and small-scale commissions in Boston, Cambridge and Brooklyn NY. He has worked out of his studio in Fort Point for over 17 years. Stephen is represented locally by the Panopticon Gallery, and also runs the advanced black and white silver photography major at the New England School of Photography in Boston. He is work can be seen this month during the 40th Anniversary show of the Panopticon Gallery in Boston's Kenmore Square.
A concussion gave him the tour of his life he needed to be in the present moment.
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